Tuesdays, March 29 – June 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Are you interested in expanding your knowledge of the habitats, plants, animals and natural history of Connecticut? Would you like to experience the rewards of sharing that knowledge and teaching others about the stewardship of Connecticut’s natural resources? If so, our Master Naturalist program may be for you!
The program at the Center at Fairfield provides 40 hours of classroom and field training in 4 hour sessions. Classes are taught by field experts like Milan Bull, senior director of science and conservation at The Connecticut Audubon Society; Fairfield Ecologist/landscape Architect Bill Kenny and James E. Biardi, Ph.D. Director of Environmental Studies at Fairfield University.
The cost is $195 for members and $250 for nonmembers (includes membership). At the conclusion of the training, graduates apply for their knowledge and skills in volunteer capacities to help maintain and support education activities and operations at the Center and its adjoining Larsen Sanctuary. Registration deadline is March 22. To download the Registration Form click here.